From 1st April to 31st October
Daily from 12 noon - 6pm
March, November and December
are weekends only, 1pm till 5pm
Closed January and February
2015 season -Open Daily 12-6pm
from Wednesday 1st April
A warm welcome will await you with our outdoor covered heated patio, hot snacks, freshly baked cakes and hot drinks, together with our freshly made Real Dairy Ice Cream.
The Wilkinson family business is based at New Westage Farm on the edge of Great Budworth Village, one of the prettiest villages in Cheshire. The supreme quality real dairy ice cream is made on site in the dairy early each morning. The tearoom complements the premises where customers can enjoy a cone of ice cream in many mouth watering flavours or purchase one litre cartons to take away. It’s an ideal location for a warming winter drink or a cooling summer Ice Cream and can even include an indulgence of a home-made slice of cake. Please note only food purchased from the tearoom can be consumed on the premises. Lunches are served 12pm - 2pm Monday to Friday, light lunches Saturday & Sunday until 2pm
In the field we have several varieties of rare breed chickens which are sometimes let out & free to roam. The first paddock is home to our friendly goat who has now been joined by the 3 sheep & we now have small bags of feed available in the tearoom for the goat or the chickens which you can purchase for the children to feed to the animals.The top paddockwill be home to the cows that are due to calve, if your lucky you might see a newly born calf - Last year 7calfs were born in the field during opening hours.
If you are at school this week then Happy hour is on 3.30- 4.30pm. Children get 2 flavours of Ice Cream for the price of 1 - but remember you have to be in uniform as some schools are off this week!!
New this year - Childrens Teatime Snacks - Thursdays only
3.30pm till 5pm childrens snacks will be available. sandwiches, on toast meals , Healthy bucket & a weekly special.
Maize Trail 2015
The Maize field will soon be worked & sown in preparation for the maize trail to be opened in July